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  • 230 GOP told SCOTUS to overturn Roe v. Wade

    Just like GOP demanded congress overturn the 2020 elections.

    What the fuck country do GOP think they live in?

  • #2
    Originally posted by sctrojan View Post
    Just like GOP demanded congress overturn the 2020 elections.

    What the fuck country do GOP think they live in?
    If the state sanctioned baby murdering ever stops, I will throw a week long party. Unfortunately, the Democrats love their urban population control and the Republicans love running on it, so I doubt it’ll ever happen.

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    • #3
      Also, it pisses me off the way abortion is treated as an exclusively partisan issue. Like if I don’t want to kill babies, I also have to think we should abandon them to the streets at birth. No, fuck that. I refuse to believe that we should have to murder our own, and by our own I mean the children of lower class people, because the rich assholes at the top don’t want to pay taxes. The least our society could do is make sure every child gets a fair chance, and yet we perpetually suck at it because the people who want to help are murderers and the ones who want to save them don’t give a shit.

      So for all of you close minded fucks (this is for you sc), there’s another way. We can make a stand for life and provide for ourselves and our children, and we fucking should. Stop letting people convince you that you have to live in a world where killing your children is in your economic best interests. It does. Not. Have. To. Be. This. Way.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by tOSUfanboi2 View Post

        If the state sanctioned baby murdering ever stops, I will throw a week long party. Unfortunately, the Democrats love their urban population control and the Republicans love running on it, so I doubt it’ll ever happen.
        I'm pretty sure abortion and immigration will be mostly unchanged until we die at this point. Primary reason being that both political parties enjoy using it as a wedge issue rather than actually fixing it. The DEMS LOOOOVE talking about both, but rarely do anything to affect either.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by General_Grantlocks View Post

          I'm pretty sure abortion and immigration will be mostly unchanged until we die at this point. Primary reason being that both political parties enjoy using it as a wedge issue rather than actually fixing it. The DEMS LOOOOVE talking about both, but rarely do anything to affect either.
          I guess it all hinges on whether or not the millennials that inherit the country follow in the foot steps of the shitty ass boomers. I believe there’s another way.

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          • #6
            Roe v. Wade getting overturned would be pretty wild. It's more likely that the court just tries to slowly erode and chip away at it.

            If it happens, so then we'll have women going to different states to get abortions and states trying to sue other states for it happening and vice versa. We'll have doctors being called to testify against their patients and citing HIPAA and having contempt charges brought against them. It will be some wild shit in the courts.

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            • #7
              These are the same people who say "My body, my choice!" when it comes to the vaccine.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by General_Grantlocks View Post

                I'm pretty sure abortion and immigration will be mostly unchanged until we die at this point. Primary reason being that both political parties enjoy using it as a wedge issue rather than actually fixing it. The DEMS LOOOOVE talking about both, but rarely do anything to affect either.
                It's almost as if the tribal mobs are too stupid to figure out that their central beauracracy figureheads have been feeding them the same tired bullshit for decades.

                I try to tell people around me to focus on trying to change things at the local level first, because thats where you are impacted on a daily basis...but its pointless..... because they are laser focused on how evil the "other side" is at the national level.

                So Pelosi is a hypocritcal pander-pusher...and??!?! So is fucking Scalise. Sure, it's fun to mock and ridicule Pelosi. But fuck man....NOLA has a mayor who cant coordinate getting dead bodies out of a collapsed buiding, BR has neighborhoods trying to break away and form new cities, and the state has a governor who threatens the population with "No LSU football" if you dont do what he wants.

                I hate to think it, but its almost like we need another world war to finally get society's priorities straight. I don't desire it. Though I wonder if its already too late and such an event would only be like the invasions of Atilla and simply provided one of the last nails the fall of Rome.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by tOSUfanboi2 View Post

                  If the state sanctioned baby murdering ever stops, I will throw a week long party. Unfortunately, the Democrats love their urban population control and the Republicans love running on it, so I doubt it’ll ever happen.
                  How about the state sanctioned adult murdering?

                  We need population control NOW - covid didn't kill enough repubs and old people to make a damn dent in our world's population

                  BTW, ZERO dollars go into state sanctioned abortions. There's not a penny for abortions in any state.
                  Last edited by sctrojan; 07-29-2021, 06:14 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ibleed View Post


                    I try to tell people around me to focus on trying to change things at the local level first,
                    So you want to restrict abortion services in your city?


                    Ban Guns not Abortions. More people are killed by guns than babies getting aborted.

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                    • #11
                      DeSantis signs onto Supreme Court brief supporting Mississippi effort to toss out Roe v. Wade

                      This guy has ZERO chance of becoming president

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by sctrojan View Post
                        DeSantis signs onto Supreme Court brief supporting Mississippi effort to toss out Roe v. Wade

                        This guy has ZERO chance of becoming president
                        Wrong. He just made an overture to a major voting bloc.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Deschet View Post

                          Wrong. He just made an overture to a major voting bloc.
                          Abortion does not have majority public support, not as the Democratic Party believes in it anyway. Most polls indicate pro/anti abortion contingents are roughly the same size, with a large number of people thinking abortion is okay, but only in certain circumstances.

                          So long story short, the people you’re trying to win tend to have a complex view of the issue and don’t place much importance on it. This is typically why you only see abortion brought up when candidates need to rally their base.

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                          • #14
                            Desantis is applealung to the anti vaxxers anti abortion, critical race theory, anti immigrant build the wall crowd

                            Trump lost by 8m votes.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by General_Grantlocks View Post
                              Roe v. Wade getting overturned would be pretty wild. It's more likely that the court just tries to slowly erode and chip away at it.

                              If it happens, so then we'll have women going to different states to get abortions and states trying to sue other states for it happening and vice versa. We'll have doctors being called to testify against their patients and citing HIPAA and having contempt charges brought against them. It will be some wild shit in the courts.
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